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ANALYSIS-Tepid recovery seen for Canada's housing market

TORONTO, July 1 (Reuters) - The worst of Canada's housing market woes appear to be past but the sector's rebound will be tenuous as a rise in mortgage rates and high unemployment limit the recovery in prices and sales.

Experts disagree over which country will emerge first from the global real estate downturn

Real estate analysts are now looking ahead to a recovery in global property markets but few agree on where the green shoots might appear first.

Burned U.S. banks may stay shy on real estate

Jonathan Stempel Reuters 29.06.2009
ANALYSIS - Burned U.S. banks may stay shy on real estate

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The end of the decline in real estate is nowhere near, and yet U.S. banks may feel it shrewd to hold onto troubled loans in the sector rather than sell them or take losses.

Burned U.S. banks may stay shy on real estate

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The end of the decline in real estate is nowhere near, and yet U.S. banks may feel it shrewd to hold onto troubled loans in the sector rather than sell them or take losses.

Experts at odds on world commercial property recovery

LONDON (Reuters) - Real estate industry experts are at loggerheads on which commercial property market they expect to bounce back first from the downturn first, after the global financial crisis shredded property values in most countries.

Vail Valley Real Estate market analysis: price ahead of the curve

June 1, 2009 — News Analysis - According to Barron’s (11/24/08) the price of luxury homes (greater than $5 million) is down 20 percent since peaking in 2007 and expected to drop another 10-15 percent before bottoming out in 2010. Without further belaboring the dismal economic news and statistics from the last 3 months or so, we are possibly at the apex of the worst recession since the Great Depression.

Real Estate Analysts Predict Foreclosure Flood

President Obama has rolled out several initiatives since mid-February to stem the rising tide of foreclosures. But some analysts predict another strong round of foreclosures before those measures take hold.

Bank Loans More Vulnerable to Commercial Real Estate Losses

In a new analysis, Moody’s explains why bank loans are more vulnerable to commercial real estate losses than mortgage securities backed by CRE or life insurance company CRE loans.

"You're hired!" Zuma tells Sexwale

Denise Mhlanga Realestate Web 13.05.2009

Negotiating the Real Estate Deal

JAMES SARLES The FreePort News 12.05.2009
"You're hired!" Zuma tells Sexwale

Now go out and solve the housing crisis, Tokyo. Details, analysis about duo facing up to South Africa’s biggest property problem.

Negotiating the Real Estate Deal

It is a buyer's market in Freeport, which means that there is a greater supply of property than there is demand. I can assure you that buyers who are making reasonable offers are getting noticed and there are many sellers who are tired of waiting for their property to sell and willing to negotiate on the prices.


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